For the most people, when we look at landmark or scenic spot, we take photos of or with them. However, paper artist Rich McMor (previous) use a different perspective when sees the world. Rather than just take photos, he playfully re-imagines famous landmarks and locations around the world by incorporating his paper cutting art into the scene.
By holding a black paper silhouette between his camera lens and the landscape, using a technique called “forced perspective“, he playfully transforms the world around him in unexpected ways. Like weightlifter statue, rocky bear butt, his creations are fully of imagination and creativity which can easily put a smile on your face.
Scroll down to check out some of our favorite McCors latest work. You can head over to his Instagram page to find out more. You can purchase a collection of his work in his book called “Around the World in Cut-Outs”from Amazon.
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